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Bay Path College 

founded in 1897 
Educating Tomorrow's Leaders 



Office of the President 



Carpe Diem. Seize the day. Seize the moment. I know your years at Bay Path have been a 
time of discovery, learning and challenge. The faculty and staff have opened the doors of 
opportunity for you to achieve great things — both professionally and personally. They have 
given you the confidence to know that you can make a difference. To graduates of the 
One-Day- A- Week College, the first class of this pioneering program, we have been inspired 
by your dedication and perseverance, and your courage to open the door to a college 
education that will change your life. 

Another door was opened this year. . .and I am so pleased that you were able to share in the 
opening of the new Blake Student Commons and the Breck Fitness Center. This complex 
has been a dream for many of us. This year, it became a reality. In October 2000, we 
dedicated the Commons, and it has quickly become the heart of the campus. From the 
beginning, the students of Bay Path guided us as we developed and defined the potential of 
this building. The focus was to provide an environment to be used by our entire student 
body. It is now a place where students come together to meet, laugh, learn or relax. 

For those of you graduating in 2001, you are now part of the Bay Path legacy, built by the 
many women who have come before you. I encourage you to be part of the College's 
efforts to offer a quality education to the many women of the future. Stay connected to 
Bay Path. Volunteer for your Alumni Association. At reunion time, renew your ties with 
Bay Path. Act and lead so that others may also have the opportunities that education 
provides. And always remember, wherever you may go. . .whatever you may do. . .the doors 
of Bay Path will always be open to welcome you back. 

Above all, cherish your memories of Bay Path College, and nurture the friendships you have 
made during your student years, both inside and outside the campus community. They are 
your connections to the past and the future, your support for all times. They help to define 
who you are — a Bay Path graduate. On behalf of all of us in the Bay Path community, 
thank you, and our very best wishes to each and every one of you. 



Yours, 

Carol A. Leary u 



588 LONCMEADOW STREET • LONGMF.ADOW, MASSACHUSETTS OII06 ■ TELEPHONE (413) 565-IZ42. ■ FAX (413) 565-II06 • WWW.baypath.edlI 



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Bay Path College 

founded in 1897 
Educating Tomorrow's Leaders 



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Experience and the classroom have taught us that trusting and secure attachments create 
lasting benefits for children and adults. Further, there is evidence that teachers who 
provide their students with the proper tools to approach life, while maintaining a sense of 
basic trust, predictability and reliability, may have given their students the greatest gift of 
all. This is hopefully true of most Bay Path faculty. The PORTICO has selected a team of 
two faculty members for whom this is their way of life. They are unique in that not only 
do they share and epitomize this philosophy; they are also soul mates. 

Professors Cheryl and Christopher Leary have become a very important part of the Bay 
Path campus. They are very popular teachers, each in their own way. At the same time 
they take part in all of the campus activities, in some cases extensively. Together they 
advise the Women of Culture group, where they spend a great amount of time with 
members planning, developing and directing the special annual event of song and dance. 

Professor Cheryl Leary has also been the advisor to the senior class for many years. 
Professor Christopher Leary has served for a number of years as the college student 
counselor. 

It is with great affection and respect that the yearbook staff dedicates the 2001 PORTICO 
to this wonderful couple who by their examples and caring have given so much to Bay 
Path College. 



588 LONGMEADOW STREET • LONGMEADOW, MASSACHUSETTS 01106 • TELEPHONE (413) 565-IOOO • FAX (413) 565-IIO3 



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Associate Professor of Psychology/Campus Counselor 



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Teaching Psychology at Bay Path College and being the head of a drug and 

rehab center are both full-time jobs. Despite their busy schedules, the 

husband and wife team of Dr. Cheryl Leary and Mr. Christopher Leary 

make the time to lend a helping hand to the students at Bay Path, and take 

an active interest in the lives of the international students, in their role as 

joint advisors to this population of the student body. 

When we first arrived, our families and homes left far behind, they showed 

us innumerable kindnesses, extending invitations to their beautiful home, 

taking us shopping, and helping us get prepared and settled into our lives 

as college students. Their warmth, generosity, and upbeat spirit, as well as 

impromptu singing sessions the two avid music lovers led us in, took the 

edge off our fears and feelings of homesickness. 

Dr. and Mr. Leary energetically get involved in the lives and dreams of 

their charges, starting with when we arrive on campus and through and 

beyond our time here. They always stop to chat a moment when they see 

us... to inquire after our health, academics, and often, a particular crisis one 

might have mentioned on a previous occasion. 
It is this caring, along with their supportive and enthusiastic presence at all 

the events on campus, that make our faces light up with pleasure when- 
ever we see them. Whether in class or out of it, the Learys constantly shine 
their encouraging and vibrant light on the students, motivating us to do 
our best and become accomplished and caring people like them. 

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Marie Cifelli, co-editor, 

Emily Hinckley, editor-in-chief, 

Amanda Fray, co-editor 





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Left to Right: 

Michelle Abert, Rebecca 

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POIND EI) IN 1 89"? 

Educating Tomorrow's Leaders 



Editor's Letter 

As the editor-in-chief of the Bay Path College yearbook, I started out the 
year starry-eyed with expectations of making the 2001 Portico the best in the history of 
the college. The two other editors- Amanda Fray and Marie Cifelli - and I worked in 
fervor to come up with new and exciting ideas for the yearbook. Our wonderful staff 
consisting of Michelle Abert, Rebecca Buder, and Danielle Storhoff helped make our job 
easier, with their attention to detail and willingness to work. 

As anyone involved with the yearbook knows, this year consisted of many 
challenges, some missed deadlines, and it could never have been finished without the 
wonderful help and support of Matt Fenn and Dean Marcia Conrad. They both helped 
keep us all on the right track. We would also like to thank Nancy Murphy for her careful 
proofreading and for staying late at work to make corrections just so we could meet a 
deadline. It is through the help of the yearbook staff and various Bay Path facilities that 
this yearbook exists. 

Putting together this yearbook has been difficult at times, now that it is 
done, it has become an experience that we can look back and smile upon. We thank 
everyone who has contributed to the Portico and we hope you all enjoy it immensely. 



Emily Hinckley & Marie Cifelli 
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Jennifer Alexander 

Stratford, CT 
Psychology 



Caroline Boland 

Ludlow, MA 
Business 



Casey Breen 

Winooski, VT 

Psychology 






Maria Carleton 

Longmeadow, MA 
Business 



Susan Choronzy 

Wallingford, CT 
Occupational Therapy 



Maura Brosnan 

Springfield, MA 
Psychology 




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Meagan Connors 

Belchertown, MA 
Business 

I want to thank my fam- 
ily and friends for all 
that they have done for 
me in the past 4 years. I 
couldn't have made it 
this far without your 
help and support. 



Melissa Fager 

Plymouth, MA 
Criminal justice 



vlaryann Fortier 

Adams, MA 
Criminal Justice 





Laura Guyette 

Chicopee, MA 
Psychology 




Tameika Hill 

St. Catherine, Jamaica 
Liberal Studies 

2 GOD B THE GLORY! 
xperience teaches wisdom 
&Fmleaving w/ stepping 
stones thanx 2God&2#of 
p. Mom n Sis- words rn't 
enuffbutlloveyou! Pops 
nM.D.-missu. P.C.G. & 
S.C.G- 4 nurturing, pray- 
ing&supportingme. BPC- 
4 friendships n memories 
no names= no trouble 4 
mebutlLOVEYOUALL! 



Sarah Goddard 

Tyler, TX 
Occupational Therapy 

"Let us then be up and 
doing with a heart for 
any fate." Thanx M&D, 
CG / BN / LT / MB / JE / OT 

prof and class '01. 




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Kara Jorge 

Ludlow, MA 
Criminal Justice 



Heather Hynes 

Manchester, CT 
Information Techn ology 

Thanks M & D for all 
your support. To my 
girls S.C, H.K., S.M., 
A.F., R. A., thanks for the 
memories! I love you 
all! 



Lea Johnson 

East Longmeadow, MA 
Psychology 






Stephanie Keene 

Holyoke, MA 
Business 

Five long years of "seize 
the day" (a.k.a. perse- 
verance with a little 
blood, sweat, and tears) 
did wonders for my 
feminine ego. Along 
with lots of morale 
boosting from my sons. 
Thanks boys for stand- 
ing by me. 



Tamara Kelcey 

Springfield, MA 
Business 



Diane Kabaniuk 

Ware, MA 
Occupational Theram 

To my family-thanks 
your love & support-! 
my friends-may tr 
memories never be 4gc 
ten- Jon- s/u/h/k/1. 




20 Seniors 




Arin Langan 

Enfield, CT 
Business 



Sonia Kement 

Broad Brook, CT 
Business 



Laurie Landry 

Longmeadow, MA 
Occupational Therapy 

Thank you Jesus! 

Thanks family & 

friends. 

My little Joseph 05/22/ 

2000. 

Cross-Country/ 

Theinert RD 





Nellie Lozano 

Suffield, CT 
Psychology 




Mutsumi Matsuda 

Longmeadow, MA 
Psychology 



Maria Medina 

Holyoke, MA 
Liberal Studies 




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Gail Messina 

Windsor Locks, CT 
Business 



Edith Misomali 

Stamford, CT 



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Jacqueline Moini 

Longmeadow, MA 
Business 





Crystal Pare 

Enfield, CT 
Business 



Susandra Pasaribu 

Papua, Indonesia 
Business 



Amy Niedzwiedz 

Millers Falls, MA 
Liberal Studies 

Mom, Dad, & Mq 
Thanx 4 the love & su] 
port; AS- U R my 
thanx 4 everything; M 
& CG- gr8 memories 
Is to come. 




22 Seniors 




Emilie Pessagno 

Manchester, CT 
Occupational Therapy 

Thank you Mom & Dad 
for all of your support, I 
could not have done this 
without you! CW,MO, 
MM, and LL, good luck, 
keep in touch. 



April Peters 

Enfield, CT 
Psychology 

Dad & Lu-thanx for all 
your support. Girl- 
friends-we've shared 
some great times. Mike 
u r the best, love you. 




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Sandra Purcell 

Chicopee, MA 

Business 
Vhat words of wisdom can 
leave you with? Start out 
nth the end in mind first 
nd foremost, that way 
ou'llstay focused! Remem- 
>er, it's okay to have fun, 
lon't be too serious about 
'ourself, it'll only make you 
niserable. Don't sweat the 
mall stuff; be realistic on 
vhat's important to worry 
ibout. Keep good friends 
lose & treasure your fam- 
ly. Finally THANK YOU 
\ND GOD BLESS YOU, 
Ceith, Sean, & Ryan for 
lelping me get through 
hese past few years & put- 
ing up w/ me. I hopeTve 
nade you proud of me. 



Madeline Ramos 

Springfield, MA 
Business 





Lisa Reveruzzi 

Agawam, MA 
Business 

2 my family thank U 4 
all your love & support. 
I luv U! To all my 
friends thank U 4 Ev- 
erything! 



Maria Ruotolo 

Suffield, CT 
Liberal Studies 




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Mariah Shea 

South Hadley, MA 
Criminal Justice 




Barbara Saladin 

Wethersfield, CT 
Occupational Therapy 



Nikki Segal 

Enfield, CT 
Occupational Therapy 




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Iriene Sunyoto 

Tembaqapura, Indonesia 
Information Technology 



Shana Teed 

Enfield, CT 
Occupational Therapy 

Thanx 2 my parents 4 
all the luv & support ur 
the best, 2 my friends, 
we made it! Crys & 
Beth, want a gumball? 




Amy Stanton 

Southwick, MA 
Eiberal Studies 






To my family & Sel 
thanks for the suppo 
I Love You! Ammy-3! 
Meg-WNEC, Coui 
twins. Best Friends! 




24 Seniors 




Karen Vigliano 

Ludlow, MA 
Legal Studies 

Mom and Dad thanx 1 
luvU. CBBFMCNK 
BF's4life. Vball rocks 
Friendly' s sprinkles 
Justin Ben Buds keep 
seat warm 4 me. 2001 
U R the best. 



Teri Voight 

Enfield, CT 
Business 

Thanks all esp. Nannie 

my sitter Love You, 

Mom my cheerleader, 

Kylie my courage and 

life Love Mommy! 




Jennifer Waller 

East Granby, CT 
Psychology 




Alison Welcome 

Winsted, CT 
Psychology 




Leslie Juntunen 

Salisbury, MA 
Liberal Studies 



Nadine Thomas 

Somerville, MA 
Psychology 




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Kate Anderson 

Longmeadow, MA 

Information Technology 



Alicia Cavanagh 

Somers, CT 

Occupational Therapy 

Assistant 



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Springfield, MA 
Accounting 





Jodi LaFountain 

Enfield, CT 

Business Administration 



Eriko Sato 

Ibaraki, Japan 
Travel/Hospitality 




Heather Hite 

Scranton, PA 
Criminal Justice 



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Candace White 

Surf Side, SC 
Occupational Therapy 
Assistant 

A Theinert Survivor 
Thanks to Friends and 
Family for sharing the 
journey. 



Tracy Williams 

Kenyon, RI 

Occupational Therapy 

Assistant 

Thanks Mom and Dad. 
I wish I had more time 
to tell you everything. 
Just a quick thanks to 
everyone else. Thanx. 




Seniors Not Pictured 



Diane Archambault 

East Hartford, CT 
Occupational Therapy 

Alison Dobles 

Hampden, MA 

Business 
Megan Fettes 
Springfield, MA 

Pyschology 
Heather Laveck 
Springfield, MA 

Psychology 
Sarah Palanjian 
West Springfield, MA 
Psychology 
Robin Vogel 
West Suffield, CT 
Liberal Studies 



Araseliz Ayala 

Springfield, MA 
Early Childhood Ed. 

Julie Martell 

Southwick, MA 
Business Administration 

Michelle Tedone 

Berlin, CT 
Liberal Arts 



Letia Beverly 

Boston, MA 
Psychology 

Donna Dolina 

Wilbraham, MA 

Business 

Holly George 

Broad Brook, CT 

Liberal Studies 

Ann Lebiedz 

Southampton, MA 

Liberal Studies 

Jessica Robitaille 

Enfield, CT 

Liberal Studies 

Kathleen Waseleski 

Turners Falls, MA 

Psychology 



Dawn Casey 

West Springfield, MA 
Business 

Christine Dufresne 

East Windsor, CT 

Business 
Chizuru Inoue 
Yokohama, Japan 
Criminal Justice 
Elizabeth Long 
West Springfield, MA 

Liberal Studies 

Marisol Rodriguez 

Springfield, MA 

Criminal Justice 

Jennifer Zawistowski 

Glastonbury, CT 

Occupational Therapy 



Wendy Chadwick 

East Hartford, CT 
Business 

Jennifer Emerson 

Springfield, MA 
Psychology 
Denise Irla 
East Longmeadow, MA 

Legal Studies 
Kara Mandolesi 
Wilbraham, MA 
Liberal Studies 
Charlene Schultz 
East Granby, CT 
Legal Studies 
Jessica Zukowski 
Enfield, CT 
Psychology 



Kimberly Cool 

Longmeadow, MA 
Liberal Studies 

Stephanie Extine 

East Longmeadow, MA 

Legal Studies 

Danielle Karolczuk 

Windsor Locks, CT 

Psychology 

Bridget McMahon 

Keene, NH 

Liberal Studies 

Heidi Steinmetz 

Manchester, CT 

Business 



Sophomores Not Pictured 



Marie Cifelli 

Cape Cod, MA 
Liberal Arts 

Gail Nadok 

Agawam, MA 
Business Administration 



Lauri Howe 

Wales, MA 
Business Administration 

Winifred Palmer 

Kingston, MA 
Business Administration 



Amy Kingsbury 

Somers, CT 

Occupational Therapy 

Assistant 

Donna Robtoy 

Windsor Locks, CT 
Legal Assistant 



Sara Larson 

Castleton, MA 

Occupational Therapy 

Assistant 

Luz Rodriguez 

Springfield, MA 
Psychology 



Michele Crochetiere 

Hampden, MA 
Business 

Melissa Farris 

Grand Rapids, MI 
Psychology 

Katie Kozikowski 

Chicopee, MA 

Business 

Nicole Orr 

Simsbury, CT 

Liberal Studies 

Mayna Quiles-Zeda 

Springfield, MA 

Liberal Studies 



Laura Mancuso 

East Longmeadoiu, MA 
Occupational Therapy 

Assistant 

Sarah Smith 

West Springfield, MA 

Occupational Therapy 

Assistant 



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ONE DAY STUDENTS 





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Linda Jean Ashton Deborah Beauchemin 

Enfield, CT East Windsor, CT 

A.S. in Business A.S. in Business 

Administration Administration 

Linda Jean has a home 
that she shares with her 
mother, 9 cats and a 
dog. When time per- 
mits, she enjoys ice skat- 
ing, singing, and work- 
ing on an occasional the- 
atrical production. 




Carol Benson 

Hatfield, MA 

A.S. in Business 

Administration 




Kimberly 
Cartsounis 

Windsor Locks, CT 
A.S. /Business 
Administration 



Melissa Chabot 

Belchertown, MA 

A.S. in Business 

Administration 




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Cynthia Derosier 

Westfield, MA 

A.S. in Business 

Administration 



Mary Chevalier 

Chicopee, MA 
A.S. in Business 
Administration 



Kelley Coughlin 

Northampton, MA 

A.S. /Business 

Administration 






Tanya Gore 

Springfield, MA 
B.S. in Business 



To my mother whom I 
dedicate this wonderful 
experience to. I wish you 
could see all that i have 
accomplished. I love you 
with all my heart arid I 
miss you terribly. To my 
f ami! y and friends~I love 
you all and thank you for 
all of your love and sup- 
port. To my one and only 
love Alfonso, who has 
touched my life and made 
it just right-thank you... I 
love you with all my 
heart! 



Kimberly Hannah 

Southwick, MA 

A.S. in Business 

Administration 



Lori Gagne 

Chicopee, MA 
B.S. in Business 



I am proud 2 B one of the 
1st graduates of the 2001 
graduating class of the Sat- 
urday Day Program! Con- 
gratulations! rwould like 
to thank all the friends and 
mentors that I have met. 
Through our roller coaster 
ride orups and downs, U 
have all been very special 
and I will never 4get any of 
U. Ioweaspeciaithanxto 
Vana Nespor. Vana's pro- 
fessionalism, energy, and 
enthusiasm bersuaoed me 
to enroll at BPC and it was 
the best career move I have 
ever made. Go Girls! 




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Nancy Hay ford 
Vernon, CT 

A. S. /Business Admin- 
istration 

1 would like to thank 
mv family for their sup- 
port and especially my 
mother-in-law (Betty) 
who took care of my 
youngest on many Sat- 
urdays and even did my 
grocery shopping for 
me. I also thank my 
two study buddies that 
without them I would 
not have gotten this far. 
Here's to all that pizza 
and Thursday nights. 



Donna Housand 

Monson, MA 
B.S. in Business 




Audrey Ishler 

West Springfield, MA 

A.S. in Business 

Administration 




Jeanne Klvana 

Suffield, CT 
A.S. in Business 
Administration 

"Measure success, m 
by how high you climl 
but by savoring thevi 
tas one day at a time 
"Better late than never 




Erin Landers 

West Springfield, MA 
A.S. in Business 
Administration 



Terry Lanski 

Easthampton, MA 
B.S. in Business 




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Lynn Omasta 

North Hatfield, MA 
A.S. in Business 
Administration 
The Saturday Program 
las enabled me to reach 
i goal of receiving my 
degree. Thank you At- 
as Copco for the gener- 
ous educational benefit. 
To my parents for all 
:heir support, and to 
Vlarlene, butterfly 
kisses, for keeping after 
Mom to "do your home- 
work." Love you! 



Maria Lopez-Santiago 

Springfield, MA 
A.S. in Business 
Administration 



Norma Nunnally 

Springfield, MA 
B.S. in Business 





Maryann 
Paleologopoulos 

Agawam, MA 
B.S. in Business 



All my love to my 
family and friends who 
made this possible. 




Renee Paquette 

Springfield, MA 
B.S. in Business 



Immense thanks to 
Marjorie, Olive, my 
friends, classmates, and 
Professors for your sup- 
port. I will miss you all! 



Linda Pessagno 

Manchester, CT 

B.A./Liberal 

Studies 




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Susan Ross 

East Windsor, CT 

B.S. in Business 

Becoming a graduate of 
the first accelerated Sat- 
urday program is excit- 
ing. Kudos to those 
with the vision. 



Alison Peterson 
Cromwell, CT 
).S. in Business 

Thank von to everyone 
who has supported me 
in this endeavor. Liz, 
get ready for your bal- 
loon ride!!! 





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Debbie Proulx 

Feeding Hills, MA 

A.S./Business 

Administration 





Margarita Santar; 

Vernon, CT 
A.S. in Business 
Administration 




Maryann Severance 

Springfield, MA 
B.S. in Business 



Dori Turner 

Broad Brook, CT 
B.S. in Business 




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Kimberly 
Washington 

Springfield, MA 
A.S. in Business 
Administration 



Monica Winston 

Holyoke, MA 

A.S. in Business 

Administration 
Hello to Joanie, my study 
buddies Erin & Shirley, 
Melissa Chabot, Dawn, 
Betsy Boo, Kim W., & all 
Saturday One-Day Stu- 
dents! Thanks Dr. jarvis! 
Hello Ms. Farrell-you're 
the bomb! Hello Mrs. 
Palka! Thanks to Mr. 
Smith for the wonderful 
enshrinement opportu- 
nity! Hello Dr. Murphy! 
To PBL members & Dr. 
Callow. A special thanks 
to Vana, Dean Conrad 
and Erin for the kindness 
& help last Spring! So 
long to the Completers! 




Betsy Wright 

East Hampton, MA 
A.S. in Business 
Administration 



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Lisa Abate 

Enfield, CT 

A.S. /Business Administration 

Jennifer Begnoche 

Enfield, CT 

Liberal Studies/Elementary Education 

Patricia Bouvier 

East Longmeadow, MA 

A.S./Business Administration 

Marjorie Carson 
Enfield, CT 

A.S./Business Administration 

Sharon Cullinan 

Longmeadow. MA 
A.S./Business Administration 

Joan George 

Wilbraham, MA 

A.S./Business Administration 

Amy Hartman 

East Longmeadow, MA 
A.S./Business Administration 

Gaye Lee Jones-Andleman 

Broad Brook, CT 
A.S./Business Administration 

Kathleen Lawson 

Springfield, MA 
A. A. /Liberal Arts 

Antecla Lombardi-Butt 

Longmeadow, MA 
B.S. /Business 

Cynthia Munford 

Springfield, MA 
A.S./Business Administration 

Alethea Phillips Norrington 

Springfield, MA 
A.S./Business Administration 

Stacey Osowski 

Westfield, MA 
B.S. /Business 

E. Jean Pineo 

East Hartford, CT 
A.S./Business Administration 



La-Qiana Adams-Perez 

Springfield, MA 
A.S. in Business Administration 

Heidi Bell 

East Longmeadow, MA 

A.S./Business Administration 

Christine Campbell 

Belchertown, MA 
B.S./Business 

Cathy Cloutier 

Springfield, MA 
A.S./Business Administration 

Audrey Dauphin 

Enfield, CT 
A.S./Business Administration 

Shelia Grey 

Windsor, CT 
B.S./Business 

Lynn Henchey 

West Springfield, MA 
A.S. in Business Administration 

Catherine Briggs Kietzman 

Longmeadow, MA 
B.A. /Liberal Studies 

Dawn Leaks 

West Springfield, MA 
A.S./Business Administration 

Monica McKenzie 

Manchester, CT 
A.S./Business Administration 

Catherine Mushok 

Longmeadow, MA 
B.A./Liberal Studies 

Tina Nelson 

South Windsor, CT 
B.S./Business 

Suzanne Patelli 

South Windsor, CT 
A.A./Liberal Arts 

Louise Pulyado 

Enfield, CT 
A.A./Liberal Arts 



Dionne Baldwin 

Springfield, MA 
A.S./Business Administration 

Rosann Bisognano 

Springfield, MA 
A.S./Business Administration 

Gloria Carson 

Hartford, CT 
B.S./Business 

Shirley Collins 

Springfield, MA 
A.S./Business Administration 

Jocelyn Dupre 

Springfield, MA 
A.S./Business Administration 

Lindsey Hamlin 

East Longmeadow, MA 
B.S./Business 

Jacqueline Howard 

Springfield, MA 
A.S./Business Administration 

Gail Kulas 

Suf field, CT 
B.S./Business 

Angela Levick 

Vernon, CT 
A.S./Business Administration 

Melody Monacchio 

Windsor Locks, CT 
A.S./Business Administration 

Tina Nelson 

South Windsor, CT 
B.S./Business 

Joanne Ollson 

Ludlow, MA 
B.S./Business 

Vicky Pelletier 

South Windsor, CT 
A.S./Business Administration 

Cindy Rankins 

Rocky Hill, CT 
B.S./Business 



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Catherine Sanchez 

Springfield, MA 
B.S. /Business 

Maxime Soto 

Springfield, MA 
A.S. /Business Administration 

Amy-Jo Tanguay 

Enfield, CT 
B.S. /Business 

Darcey Walulak 

Hampden, MA 
A.A./Liberal Arts 



Terri Schaffrick 

Bristol, CT 
A.A./Liberal Arts 

Christine Sullivan 

Ware, MA 
A.S. /Business Administration 

Rebecca Tebo 

Simsbury, CT 
A.S. /Business Administration 



Jacqueline Simmonds 

Springfield, MA 
B.S./Business 

Suzanne Swanson 

Enfield, CT 
A.S. /Business Administration 

Audrey Terrell 

Springfield, MA 
B.S./Business 




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^rtdminisiration 




Eleanor Gay 

Assistant to the President 




Caron Hobin 

Vice President of Planning and 
Student Development 




Vana N. Nespor 

Dean of Enrollment Services 




Dr. William Sipple 

Provost and Vice President of 
Academic Affairs 




Micheal O'Hara 

Vice President of Institutional 
Advancement 




Marcia Conrad 

Dean of Students 




Rachel St. Onge-Boisseau 

Vice President of Finance and 
Administrative Services 




Dr. Shirley Johnson 

Associate Vice President of Academic 
Affairs 




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Sally Schirmer-Smith 

Assistant Dean of Student Life/ 
Activities Director 




Department Cjnairs 



Dr. John C. Jarvis 

Liberal Studies/ Assoc. Professor of 
English/Communications 




Attorney Ann Dobmeyer 

Legal Studies /Professor of Law 




Dr. Karen Sladyk 

Occupational Therapy /Professor of 
OT 




Dr. Joan Inzinga 

business & Information Technology/ 
Professor of Business 




Dr. Carol Winters-Smith 

Psychology/ Professor of Psychology 




Lynda Bishop 

Asst. Chair ofOT, Director of OTA, 
Asst. Professor of OT 




Dr. Victor Milani 

Criminal Justice /Professor of Crimi- 
nal Justice/Science 




Estelle Leavitt 

Education/ Assoc. Professor of 
Education 



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Charles Bertolino 
Registrar 



Alexandra Burns Dr. Kenneth Callow 



Asst. Prof, of Interior 
Design/Art 



Asst. Prof, of Business 



Virginia Freed 

Assoc. Prof, of English 



Brenda Hardin 

Director of Academic 
Development Center, Asst. 







Dr. Cheryl Leary Christopher Leary Dr. Elenore Long 

Assoc. Prof, of Psychology Instructor of Psychology/ Assoc. Prof, of English/ 

College Counselor Communtications 



Marilyn Micka- Paul Norton 

Pickunka Prof of Theatre/Humanities 

Asst. Prof, of Occupational 





Dr. Cathryn G. Riggs Dr. Elizabeth Rivet Andrea Russo Thomas Schorle 

Assoc. Prof, of Education Asst. Professor of Assoc. Prof, of Business/ Assoc. Professor of 

Information Technology Travel English/Communications 



Gina Semprebon 

Asst. Prof, of Science 




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Brenda Smaga 

Asst . Prof, of Occupa- 
tional Therapy, OT 
Fieldivork Coordinator 



Joan F. Spadoni 

Professor of Law 



Dr. Robert Weir 

Assoc. Prof of History 



Jane Weyant Kathryn 

Instructor of Physics/ Wiezbicki-Stevens 

Information Technology Asst. Prof, of Psychology 




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Margaret Anderson Phyllis Brand Janice Calcidise 

Director of Health Financial Aid Assistant Faculty Administrative 

Services Assistant 



Bernadette Carberry Kenneth Collamore 

Asst. to VP of Planning Director of Campus 

& Student Devopment Public Safety 




Angela Derouin 

Director of Career 
Services 



Christine DiCola 

Data Management Gift 



Processing Assistant 



Melissa Dominick 

Assistant Director of 
Continuing Education 



Carol Dunlop 

Academic Advisor to 
Adult Students 



Deloris Ennis 

Assistant to the 
President's Office 




Sharon Feen James Gallo Melissa Galczynski Laurie Gelzinis Joanne Guernsey 

Administrative Support Assistant Director of ITS Admissions and Enroll- Administrative Assistant Director of Publications 

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Controller 



Ann Guttman Joan Haluch Jacqueline 

Planning and Student Office Services Manager Johnson 

Development Preschool Director 



Stephanie King 

Director of Financial Aid 



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Patricia McMonagle 

Director of Development, 
Major Gifts 



Massimina 
Megliola 

Purchasing Director 



Jane Moriarty Nancy Murphy 

Receptionist Operator Administrative Asst. to 

Dean of Students 



Maureen Naglieri 

Administrative Asst. 

Facilities & Campus 

Services 




Claire Nowicki 

Adm. Support 
President's Office 



Joanne Ollson 

Human Resource 
Administrator 



Robyn Rawson- Linda Simonds 

Sicard Asstistant Director of 

Communication Assistant Administrative Services 



Susan Sliwa 

Administrative Asst.- 
Provost/ Academic Affairs 











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Steven Smith 

Athletic Director 



Paul Stanton 

Director Facilities & 
Campus Services 



Cheryl Wagner 

Payroll & Benefits 
Assistant 



Gail Wilkinson 

Systems Specialist 



Stacie Wolmer 

ITS Lab 




Kathleen 
Wroblewski 

Director of Communications 



Jaye Zern 

Admissions and Enroll- 
ment Services 



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Business Office 

Left to right: Linda Stabach, Jonathan Tudryn, 
Karen Mihalchick, Donna Guertin, Mary Dolce 



Library Staff 

Left to right: Kathleen Staron, Lisa 

Dmec-Kerr, Maureen Hovak, 

Sharon Bellenoil. 



Housekeeping Staff 

Standing Left to Right: Aroxy Meregian, . 
Shirley Cross, Cynthia White. Sitting Left to 
Right: Dorothy Poehler, Mattie Gromacki, 
Josephine Moler. 




Financial Aid Office 

eft to right: Stpehanie King, Diane Price, Phyllis 
Brand. 



Maintenance Staff 

Left to Right: joe Cembura, Daniel Brodeur, 
Bob Hallihan, Neil Pocai, Paul Stanton. 



Bob Wakem 



J art^Uime Jacum 



Ms. Adina Alexandru 

Atty. Susan Lopiparo Barrett 

Mr. Edmund Bednarz 

Ms. Debbie Bellucci 

Dr. Bernard Bettinelli 

Ms. Michele Bock 

Atty. Mary Bonzagni 

Dr. Walter Breau 

Mr. Robert Brown 

Mr. Brian Burrell 

Mr. Mitchell Charkiewicz 

Ms. Liana Ciaglo 

Dr. Thurlow Cook 

Atty. Erica Cushna 

Mr. Mark Damon 

Atty. Hyman Darling 

Mr. Scott Davis 

Ms. Mary Louise DiGiacomo 

Atty. Charles Dolan 

Atty. Mark Edwards 

Ms. Patricia O'Neill Egan 

Mr. Peter Farber 
Ms. Melanie Farrell, CPA 



Atty. Theresa Sheehan Finnegan 

Ms. Mary Molina Fitzer 

Ms. Susan Galvin 

Mr. Armand Garcia 

Ms. Mary Ginley 

Ms. Peri Gonulsen 

Dr. John Goulding 

Prof. Zahi Haddad 

Ms. Katherine Hall 

Ms. Kimberly Hall-Moore 

Ms. Deborah Hatzipetro 

Ms. Lynne Hauser 

Atty. Donald Holland 

Mr. Brooks Holmes 

Ms. Maureen Horak 

Dr. Kathleen Imbruno, SSJ 

Ms. Susan Johnson 

Mr. Robert Keough 

Ms. Lisa Drnec-Kerr 

Ms. Beth Fitzgerald King 

Ms. Maria Kovacs 

Mr. James Lawrence 

Mr. Christopher Leary 



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Mr. Gary Lefort 

Mr. Christopher Lehman 

Judge Jacques C. Leroy 

Mr. Leonard Long 

Mr. Peter Lore 

Dr. William Macanka 

Ms. Rose Maloof 

Mr. Micheal Marion 

Atty. Mark Mason 

Atty. Shaun McLean 

Mr. Douglas Mellis 

Dr. Cynthia Balcom Merkin 

Ms. Kathy Meyer 

Dr. Susan Mitchell 

Mr. Dennis Moore 

Dr. Donald Murphy 

Ms. Muriel Nihill 

Mr. M. Martin O'Shea 

Prof. Charles Page 

Mr. Robert Quintin 

Ms. Irene Piegza 

Ms. Lisa Pion 

Dr. Judith Robinson 



Mr. John Rossini 

Ms. Lisa Ruch 

Dr. Yvette Russell 

Ms. Miriam Sadinsky 

Ms. Jane Sakiewicz 

Mr. Micheal Scanlon 

Ms. T.J. Schmith 

Mr. James Scripture 

Dr. John Shea 

Ms. Brenda Garton Sjoberg 

Ms. Lori Sladyk 

Ms. Donna Suckcicki 

Mr. Robert Surbrug 

Judge Daniel J. Swords 

Ms. Karen M. Tallman 

Mr. Arthur Travis 

Atty. Cynthia Turnball 

Mr. Raphael Velazquez 

Atty. Kimberly Wiezbicki 

Ms. Carolyn Wikar 

Mr. James Wilkinson 

Judge H. Gregory Williams 



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Officers 
President: Jamie 
Zackery; Jennifer 
Pudder, Aymanie 
Litchfield 
Advisor 
Dean Marcia Conrad 



Athletic Council 

Back Row: Andrea 

Fontaine, Rakiya Howland, 
Marie Cifelli, Jennifer 
Pudder, Irianty Sandy, 
Emily Batch, Brina Fondi. 
Front Row: Jamie Zackery, 
Shalvnn Hunt. 




Officers 
OAdvisor 

Officers 

President: Brina Fondi 

Advisor 
Coach Steve Smith 



Criminal Justice 
Club 

Back Row: Emily Hinckley, 
Alison Klojzy, Toni Jacobs, 
Middle Row: Natalie 
Winans, Melissa Fager, 
Christine Auld, Front Row: 
Tamara Clark, Brandi Gil- 
bert. 




pfjficers 
Advisor 

Officers 

President: Melissa 
Fager, Vice- 
President: 
Christine Auld, 
Secretary: Emily 
Hinckley, Trea- 
surer: Alison 
Klojzy, Historian: 

Natalie Winans. 

Advisor 

Dr. Victor Milani 



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Officers 
^Advisor 

Officers 

President: Nicki 
Krajewski, Vice- 
President: Lisa 
Reveruzzi, Li- 
brarian: Marie 
Medina 
Advisor 
Charles Page 





Officers 
J^Advisor 

Officers 

President: Nicki 
Krajewski, Vice- 
President: Lisa 

Reveruzzi, 

Librarian: Maria 

Medina 

Advisor 

Charles Page 



Chorale 

Back Row: Oil Sripa, Rina 
Lad, Denea Bruce, Dujlada 
Sukontasap, Eriko Sato, 
Karen Senk, Jennifer 
Almeida, Irene Simbolon, 
Nidhi Mohan, Marsha 
Wisdom, Middle Row: 
Tanya Swaby, Rachel Craig, 
Daniela Madularu, Tamara 
Clark, Latika Ganti, Olivia 
Panjaitan, Meg Ward, 
Colleen Donovan, Nancy 
Guerrera, Leslie Juntunen, 
Front Row: Jaclyn Saal, 
Tara Walker, Natasha AH, 
Maria Medina, Nicki 
Krajewski, Shannon Tobin. 




Keynotes- Chamber 
Singers 

Back Row: Dujlada 
Sukontasap, Eriko Sato, 
Tara Walker, Colleen 
Donovan, Maria Medina, 
Director Charles Page, 
Front Row: Rachel Craig, 
Shannon Tobin, Nicki 
Krajewski, Jennifer 
Almeida. 



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Officers 
OAdvisor 

Officers 

President: Melissa 

Sokolik, Vice- 
President: Cheryl 
Iioveras, Secretary: 

Amanda Fray/ 
Marie Cifelli, Trea- 
surer: Emily 
Hinckley, Co- 
Historians: Colleen 
Donovan, Melissa 
Fager. 
Advisor 
Dean Sally 
Schirmer-Smith. 




j9|ficers 
CTAdvisor 

Officers 

President: Deb 
Lefelar, Vice- 
President: Michelle 
Roush, Treasurer: 
Charlene Schultz, 
Secretary: Cheryl 
Lloveras, Chair: 
Denise Irla, Histo- 
rian: Jane Broff. 
Advisor 
Atty. Ann 
Dobmeyer 



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Officers 
^Advisor 




Officers 


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Edith Misomali 




Advisor 




Kathryn 




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Stevens 








pfficers 
CTAdvisor 

Officers 

President: Michelle 
Crochetiere, Vice- 
President: Lisa Twarog, 
Corresponding Secretary: 
Barbara Hallock, Respond- 
ing Seaetary: Caryn 
Lariviere, Event Coordina- 
tor: Rebecca Noujaim, 
Historian: Susandra 
Pasiribu, Treasurer: 
Manty Sandy. 
Advisors 
Ken Callow, Sandra Burns 





Literary Club 

Back Row: Taunya Gray, 
Natasha Ali, Edith 
Misomali, Danielle 
Storhoff, Soen Chhouk, In 
Chair: Kathryn Wiezbicki- 
Stevens. 



Phi Beta Lambda 

Back Row: Dr.Joanlnzinga, 
Sandra Taylor, Barbara 
Hallock, Irianty Sandy, 
Latika Ganti, Ritha 
Simanjuntak, Monica 
Winston, Prof. Arlene 
Eisenman-Palka, Front 
Row: Ken Callow, 

Susandra Pasaribu, Winnie 
Palmer, Lisa Twarog, 
Michelle Crochetiere, 
Karyn Lariviere, Marie 
Guiffredo, Rebecca 
Noujaim, Prof. Alexandra 
Burns. 




Presidential 
Ambassadors 

Back Row: Aryu Sunyoto, 
Stephanie Keene, Natasha 
Ali, Tameika Hill, , Lisa 
Twarog, Karen Vigliano, 
Cheryl Conley, Front Row: 
Dujlada Sukontasap, Presi- 
dent Carol Leary, Iriene 
Sunyoto. 



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0|ficers 
C^Advisor 

Officers 

Jessica Phalin, 

Colleen Donovan 

Advisor 

Melissa 

Galczynski 




Officers 

President: Marie 
Guiffredo, Vice- 
President: Aryu 
Sunyoto, Public 
Relations: Rain- 
drop Sukontasap. 

Advisors 

Financial Advisor: 
Dr. Kenneth Cal- 
low, Information 
Technology Advi- 
sor: Prof; Arlene 
Eisenman-Palka. 



Student Admissions 
Representatives 

Fourth Row: Stefanie Gil- 
bert, Monica Johar, Third 
Row: Jamie Munson, 
Heather LaBarre, Second 
Row: Tameika Hill, Toni 
Jacobs, Marie Cifelli, Front 
Row: Colleen Donovan, 
Melissa Sokolik, Jessica 
Phalin. 



Student Activities 

Board 

Clockwise from left: Laura 
Guyette, Marie Cifelli, Chris 
Conley, Brandi Gilbert, 
Ann Langan, Nellie 
Lozano, Heather LaBarre. 



Women In Technology 



Back Row: Tanya Swaby, 
Mary Y a i , R i t h a 
Simanjuntak, Olivia 
Panjaitan, Daniela 
Madularu, Megan 
lannitelli, Aimee Racine, 
Irene Simbolon, Payal 
Kapoor, Umaima Arsiwala, 
Front Row: Ying Lui, 
Prof. Arlene Eisenman- 
Palka, Dr. Kenneth Callow, 
Marie Guiffredo, Raindrop 
Sukontasap, Aryu Sunyoto, 
Edja Peto. 



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Officers 
CTAdvisor 

Officers 

President: Karen 
Vigliano, Vice- 
President: Arin 
Langan, Secre- 
tary: Nicki 
Krajewski, Trea- 
surer: Marie 
Cifelli. 
Advisor 
Dean Sally 
Schirmer-Smith 



Student Government 
Association 

Back row left to right: Pauline 
Gladstone, Grethel Hoozky, 
Chrissy Auld, Alison Klojzy, 
Natalie Winans, Melissa Sokolik, 
Colleen Donovan, Michelle 
O'Toole, Emily Hinckley, 
Danielle Storhoff, Marissa 
Johnson, Stephanie Gilbert, 
Michelle Miklin, Heidi Pero, Toni 
Jacobs, Middle row left to right: 
Jamie Zachary, Arin Langan, 
Karen Vigliano, Nicki Krajewski, 
Marie Cifelli, Aymanie 
Litchfield, Front row left to right: 
Natasha Ali, Chris Conley, 
Rebecca Palmer, Jennifer Pudder, 
Brina Fondi, Sara Pleva, Edith 
Misomali, Dujlada Sukontasap. 




Women Of Culture 

Back Row: Eriko Sato, 
Suthawadee Sripa, Edja 
Peto, Danielle Storhoff, 
Nanae Iida, Latika Ganti, 
Middle row, Ritha 
Simanjuntak, Susandra 
Pasaribu, Machiko Fuji, 
Sakultara Boonmalert, 
Payal Kapoor, Daniela 
Madularu, Umaima 
Arsiwala, Karina Koffi- 
Tessio, Front Row: Irene 
Simbolon, Irianty Sandy, 
Christopher Leary, Dr. 
Cheryl Leary, Natasha Ali, 
Nidhi Mohan, Dujlada 
Sukontasap, Lia Bogran. 




Officers 
C^Advisor 

Officers 

Natasha Ali, 

Dujlada Sukontasap, 

Irianty Sandy 

Advisor 

Mr. Christopher 

Leary, Dr. Cheryl 

Leary 



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Officers 
C^Advisor 

Advisor 

Prof. Kathryn 

Wiezbicki- 

Stevens 





Sara Pleva 




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The Wonderful World 

of Soccer 

It was a great year for the Bay Path Wildcats 
Soccer team. The team finished with a 9-9 season 
and placed third in the North Atlantic Confer- 
ence. Heidi Pero helped the team with six goals 
and fifteen assists and was named honorable 
mention to the All-Conference team. Jackie 
Smegal returned from an early season ankle in- 
jury to help the team and was named to the All- 
Tournament team in the NAC Championships. 
Amanda Tilden finished the season with twelve 
goals and eleven assists and was voted first team 
to the All-North Atlantic Conference. Holly 
George was also named to the NAC Champion- 
ship All-Tournament Team and helped anchor 
the defense through the season. Co-captain An- 
drea Fontaine was named to the second team All 
North Atlantic Conference for her outstanding 
play. Kerry Vedecchia led Bay Path scoring with 
eighteen goals and nine assists and recieved first 
team All-North Atlantic Conference honors. 
Michelle Frett set a Bay Path scoring record with 
fifteen goals and five assists. 



Soccer 



Team Roster 

Standing from left to 

right: Asst. Coach 

Carrie Schlosser, 

Asst. Coach Dave 

Lapore, Jamie Shuhi, 

Carrie Nemec, Amy 

Stanton, Kara Jorge, 

Jaclyn Smegal, Amy 

Kingsbury, Heidi 

Pero, Coach Todd 

Ditmar. Kneeling 

from left to right: 

Chrissy 

Gawryszczuk, Kerry 

Verdecchia, Andrea 

Fontaine, Amanda 

Tilden, Michelle 

Frett, Crystal Pare, 

Dana Hickman, 

Holly George. In 

Abstentia: Crystal 

Methena, Stephanie 

Kilian. 





68 Sports 




Volleyball: The 

Ultimate Sport 

The 2000 Wildcats volleyball season started 
out on a high note and ended the same way. In 
between the team played hard and had both 
up and down outcomes. Their record was 3-15 
and a fourth place finish in the North Atlantic 
Conference Championship. The team was led 
by Tracy Williams with 83 aces, 65 kills and 
was named to the NAC All-Conference first 
team. Karen Vigliano led the team with 68 
kills and 26 aces. Julie Nathasene was a strong 
server with 25 aces and 12 kills. Jamie Munson 
has 25 aces and 36 kills and played strong 
offense for the team. Erin Neff had 48 aces, 55 
kills, and 19 blocks to her credit during the 
season. 



Volleyball 




Team Roster 

Standing from left to 
right: Shalynn Hunt, 
Jamie Munson, 
Irianty Sandy, Coach 
Steve Smith, Marissa 
Johnson, Julie 
Oullette, Julie 
Nanthasene, Clarissa 
Collier. Sitting left to 
right: Stephanie 
Gilbert, Tracy 
Williams, Karen 
Vigliano, Angela 
Powell. In Abstentia: 
Erin Neff. 



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Run with 

Cross-Country 

In its first full season of varsity competition, 

the team ran and qualified in six different 
meets. I hey were led by third coach Jean 
Maziarz and assisted by Laurie Landry. The 
team ran well in each of their meets and 
improved throughout the season. They had 
a fourth place finish at the NAC Champion- 
ships. Freshman Kathy Osgood from 
Claremont, NH was the top Bay Path Col- 
lege finisher in five of the six meets for the 
Wildcats this year, her best time coming at 
21:01 during the Western New England 
College meet; this was good enough for 
third place. She also broke the course record 
at Southern Vermont College. Kathy was 
also named to the first NAC All-Conference 
Team. She holds school records in each of 
the meets she ran. Sophomore Brina Fondi 
from Warwick, RI ran her personal best of 
24:44 at the U-Mass Dartmouth race. Brina 
finished eighth place in the NAC Champi- 
onships. 



Cross-Country 



Team Roster 

Standing left to right: 

Becca Seraphin, 

Megan Iannitelli, 

Brina Fondi, Sarah 

Starr, Kathy Osgood. 

Sitting left to right: 

Kerry Ann Gillis, 

Assistant Coach 

Laurie Landry, 

Coach Jean Maziarz, 

MimiMatsuda. In 

abstentia: Brandi 

Gilbert, Nadine 

Thomas. 





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A Winning 

Season 

The 2000-01 Wildcats basketball team had 
another successful season finishing 10-14 
for a sixth place finish in the NAC stand- 
ings. The team played its toughest schedule 
yet, with non-conference games against St. 
Joseph College of CT, Husson College, 
Simmons College, Bard College and Albany 
College of Pharmacy. Senior Sarah Palanjian 
led the team in rebounding for the fourth 
consecutive year, and she leaves holding 
career and season records for most rebounds 
and games played. Heidi Pero led the team 
in assists and Michelle Frett led the team in 
scoring. Also on the team and making sig- 
nificant contributions were Elizabeth Kopec, 
G wen Gonyea, Carrie Nemec, Latoya Davis, 
Jamie Munson, Candace Herzog, Sara Vic- 
tor and Betsy McCourt. 



Basketball 




Team Roster 
Left to right: 
Walter Coleman, 
Michelle Frett, Gwen 
Gonyea, Candace 
Herzog, Heidi Pero, 
Elizabeth Kopec, 
Sarah Palanjian, 
Jamie Munson, Sara 
Victor, Carrie 
Nemec, Julie 
Nathasene, Latoya 
Davis, Coach Dusty 
Hoyt. 



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Softball: One 

Year Ago 

The 2000 Wildcats Softball team ended their 
2000 season at 6-11 for a fifth place finish in 
the NAC standings, the team was elimi- 
nated in the quarterfinals by Wheelock 
College. The team had many tough games 
throughout the season. Mixing experi- 
enced players with the best group of new 
students in four years, the team played 
better than their record indicated. Melissa 
Palmer was voted team MVP and fresh- 
man Jamie Zackery was Most Improved 
Player. Freshman Jackie Smegal made First 
Team All NAC. Team members included: 
Amy Erickson, Meagan Connors, Kara 
Jorge, Jamie Zackery, Marie Cifelli, Kerry 
Verdecchia, Valerie Milani, Kerry 
Hutchinson, Jen Pudder, Erika Douglas, 
Connie Romero, and Kelly Trompke. 

Softball 




Team Roster 

From left to right: 
Kerry Hutchinson, 
Aymanie Litchfield, 
Valerie Milani, Jamie 
Zackery, Jackie 
Smegal, Jennifer 
Pudder, Kerry 
Verdecchia, Connie 
Romero. In absentia: 
Kara Jorge, Marie 
Cifelli, Erika Dou- 
glas, Kelly Trompke, 
Amy Erickson, 
Melissa Palmer. 




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The Student Leaders arrived on campus 
early for four days of workshops, fun, and 
games. The training was comprised of won- 
derful and entertaining speakers along with 
exciting leadership games. The leaders put 
together skits that were performed for the re- 
turning students, showing the whole school 
just how talented they really are. Although the 
reward for all their hard work- a trip to Six 
Flags New England- was rained out, everyone 
who attended leadership training left with 
many great memories. 




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On Sunday, September 10, the incoming 
freshmen and returning students started arriv- 
ing at 8 a.m. The weather was beautiful and the 
sun was shining for the barbecue on Carr hill. 
Two days later, after everyone was moved in, 
the women of Bay Path continued the tradition 
of waking at 5:30 a.m. to serenade the campus 
for the first day of classes. Even though the sun 
had not yet risen, smiling faces could be seen 
everywhere as the students gathered around 
Deepwood Circle to sing the Alma Mater. 





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Herman Grandchamp, class of 1936 - when 
Bay Path was still a coeducational institute - 
donated a substantial amount of money to the 
athletic department. In honor of this wonder- 
ful man, the fieldhouse gained a new name, 
"The Grandchamp Fieldhouse." The new field 
house has been a delight for the athletes of Bay 
Path and their visiting teams. We all thank him 
for his generosity. 




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The annual Father-Daughter Banquet was 
held in the new Student Commons and was a 
great success. The students and their fathers 
enjoyed a wonderful dinner provided by food 
services and a night full of dancing. The D.J. 
played new releases for the students and oldies 
but goodies for the fathers. As the night ended, 
there was laughter and memories to be shared 
by all who attended. 




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On September 29, 2000 the students of Bay 
Path College congregated on the front lawn of 
Deepwood Hall to celebrate Fall Campus Day. 
The weather was beautiful and the event was 
a success. The women of Bay Path enjoyed 
sand art, antique pictures and the first annual 
pie-eating contest. For the first time in years, 
the underclasswomen beat the 
upperclasswomen in the tug-of-war. It was a 
great day and everyone had fun. 




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The dedication of the Blake Student Commons 
took place on the weekend of October 21, 2000. 
The ceremony, which replaced the annual Fam- 
ily and Friends weekend, took place in front of 
Blake. There were many events held through- 
out the day in recognition of the student body of 
Bay Path. Those who attended got to sample 
foods from many different cultures and the 
Women of Culture performed a dance for the 
event. The Blakes, for whom the new building 
is dedicated, spoke of their fond memories of 
Bay Path. All who came enjoyed the experience. 




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Toddy: Christopher Pitts, Victor/Victoria: Amanda Levreault, King Marchan: 

Roger Goxe, Jr., Norma Cassidy: Kiernan Cone, Squash Bernstein: Jason 

Freidberg, Henri Labisse: Micheal McMahon, Andrea Cassell: Brenda 

Gra\-eline, Sal Andretti: James Wolf, Calm: Ken Callow, Ensemble: Jennifer 

Almeida, Dan Cincone, Rachel Craig, Aimee Dupuis, Lanea Miller, Mark 

Mickey, Jessica Osowski, Ken Rinehart, Karen Senk, Shannon Tobin, Tara 

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This year marked the first annual Halloween Hall Decorating 

Contest. Both Bollum and Wright Halls had one hour to decorate 

and then Theinert residents judged and chose the best floor in 

each hall. On Halloween night two fantastic bands, Verona and 

Renata, entertained the campus. Hobos, princesses, and creepy 

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With the wide variety of cultures on campus, Bay Path students are lucky 

enough to celebrate a number of December holidays. On December 6, 

Bay Path celebrated the annual Service of Lights. At dinner students 

were serenaded by the sounds of the Keynotes choral. The next week 

students celebrated Kwanzaa with a dinner sponsored by All Women 

Excel. On December 11 the first annual Winter Wonderland Hall 

Decorating Contest took place. It was close competition as bells rang and 

carolers sang, but there was a victor in each hall. 



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February was a big month at Bay Path. First students celebrated the Chi- 
nese New Year with a traditional Chinese dinner. The dining hall was 
decorated and everyone took a turn posing in front of the Shanghi Express. 

On February 14, Bay Path celebrated Valentines' Day with a Chocolate 

Lovers' Delight. Students were served every kind of chocolate imaginable 

and no one left without a big smile and a full stomach. 






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For all voters, both young and old, the election of 2000 was one that will 

never be forgotten. Those in hope of waking up on the morning of 

Wednesday, November 8, 2000 and knowing who the next President of the 

United States would be, were sorely disappointed. The mishap in Florida 

frustrated manv voters, and tensions ran high as George Bush Jr. pushed 

for Al Gore to admit defeat while Gore held his ground. After more than 

two weeks of recount after recount, Gore conceded the election, making 

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Qn February c) , 2001, Bay Path College lost a great friend and staff member. 

After two years, Nancy Murphy left Bay Path to pursue another career. 
Although she is no longer here, everyone who met her will remember her 

sweet demeanor, caring attitude, and ability to remember everyone's 
name. Nancy Murphy showed her ability to work hard as the assistant to 
Dean Conrad, yet she always had a smile on her face and a hello for any- 
one who walked into her office. She will be missed by all! 



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